Change is afoot for the broadcast team. Here are, from left, Sam Huff , Larry Michael and Sonny Jurgensen in 2004.

For those of you who listen to Redskins games, Dan Steinberg’s breakdown of who’ll man the radio booth in 2013, now that Sam Huff has stepped aside, should be of interest. But, judging by some of the comments, it also seems like a move to using Larry Michael, Sonny Jurgensen and Doc Walker could be temporary, and might not satisfy listeners.

Ideally, who would you like to hear? Names thrown out include Chris Cooley, Joe Theismann, Antwaan Randle El, Charles Mann and Brian Mitchell, all of whom have playing experience for the Redskins and varying levels of on-air experience. In the comments on Steinberg’s post, tuffy6326 suggests Al Galdi on the sidelines.

Who would you like to hear?

Have a Redskins question? E-mail Mike Jones at with the subject line “Mailbag question” for him to answer it in The Mailbag.

Follow: @MikeJonesWaPo | @MarkMaske | @john_keim (starting July 1) | @D3Keith | @Insider | @PostSports

More coverage:

D.C. Sports Bog: What’s next for the Redskins’ radio booth? | Theismann interested

Huff retires from Redskins’ radio broadcasts | Paul Farhi story

D.C. Sports Bog: Herzog on Huff’s departure | Huff profile from 2012, by Barry Svrluga

The Mailbag: Areas of improvement for RGIII, and more …

No setbacks for Griffin after first week of cutting drills

The Early Lead: Peterson says he thinks Griffin will be back Week 1

Morning Pixels: Bernard Hopkins tells RGIII to run from McNabb

D.C. Sports Bog: Redskins-Cowboys joint fandom makes no sense

D.C. Sports Bog: Garcon gives uniforms to high schools in Md., Va. and D.C.

Norman Chad: The NFL stretches 17 weeks into 52

The Early Lead: JaMarcus Russell is slim, trim and looking for an NFL job

D.C. Sports Bog: RGIII ranked 15th on list of NFL’s top 100; analysts object